|So we have a restaurant--previously the setup was pretty basic:|
WAN ---> Linksys router (LAN IP=10.0.100.1) ---> client PCs (static
addresses--10.0.100.2, 10.0.100.3, 10.0.100.4)
We recently added another router into the mix to add wireless access for
customers...so now the setup is:
WAN ---> Linksys WIFI router (192.168.1.1) ---> original Linksys router
(WAN link now has address 192.168.1.2, and LAN link has address
10.0.100.1) ----> client PCs (static addresses, same as before--on
The WiFi router is configured to give out DHCP addresses to wireless
clients (192.168.1.2 through 192.168.1.20) with WPA2 encryption.
My question is, how do I configure this setup to make sure that no
computers on wireless (192.168.1.2-20) can connect/ping/see/etc any
computers on the LAN (10.0.100.2-4)? Security is a big concern for me
and I want to know how to best set this up.
Thanks very much in advance.